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New SSL-VPN implementation here requires windows updates to have been installed within last 30 days on client machines

01/20/2015 1208 views
Hello, we are implementing a new SSL-VPN solution in our company which requires Windows updates to have been run at least once within the last 30 days and since we do our patching through Kace, the date when updates were last run does not update on client machines under Control Panel>Windows Update even though patching was successfully run on that client machine. My question is, is there any way that I can make that date change when a machine is patched like with a script or something that edits the registry? I have attached a screenshot below of what the Windows update screen looks like on a machine even after patching is completed. I believe this is what the SSL-VPN looks at when authenticating, Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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  • does the VPN install check on the update date or the actual client, once it has installed, check the date before initiating a connection?

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